Reviews by DarkGolbez
A MOBA lite without all the slow nonsense of regular MOBAsDarkGolbez | Oct. 10, 2013 | Review of Awesomenauts
This game has consistently gotten free updates in characters, balancing of their attacks/power, and even a new stage with more on the way in the Starstorm DLC from Kickstarter. Every round plays out different, and whether you prefer playing online or against bots, you'll have tons of fun since it's easy to pick up and a bit harder to master. Customizable games are on the way too. The game is cheap, and you will surely get your money's worth. I advice you to go pick it up.
Absolutely a diamondDarkGolbez | Oct. 8, 2013 | Review of The Binding of Isaac
This game was made on the side by the developer. He never thought anyone would actually like it, as he was just making it for himself for fun. It turned out to be the game I have more hours spent on Steam with than any other game in my almost 300-game library. It has so much variety in enemies, bosses, weapons, play-style-changing-power-ups, that every play is very different. What separates it from almost all other rogue games is that skill can overcome some bad luck in your current run. No matter what you end up with, you always have a real chance if you're good enough. Special, special game.
Great stuff, especially for it's timeDarkGolbez | Oct. 7, 2013 | Review of The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind Game of The Year Edition
It still holds up today, but the graphics are a bit dated now, but that's expected. I only have 2 complaints about this game: the repetitive caves/dungeons, and the atrocious leveling system. Other than that, the exploration, vast world, and variety of styles that you can play will keep you coming back for more. It's easy to get distracted on many different tangents that catch your eye. Pick it up on the cheap, as it often is these days.